Insight - Apr. 29th, 2020
Insight • 29-Apr-2020
Today on Insight, Josh Rosenstern explains his stand on unemployment, in response to an Email. Brother Josh has voiced his concern for those Americans who are receiving unemployment during this time of crisis is fine for the short term. His concern is over long term shutdown resulting in an apathy that is created, and a lack of incentive to return to work if the unemployment money is more than the workers usual pay. Brother Josh says America can bounce back from this situation, but the longer it goes on, a mindset will start to develop among those who maybe never had good work ethic or those who never truly were happy at their job. He says the government is paying out a lot of money to other relief programs and such all over the world. He says capitalism cannot survive the government pumping out money for the long term.
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